As emergency locksmiths, we understand how stressful it can be to be locked out of your home or business. The wait for a professional locksmith to come to your aid can be an agonising one. One of our main goals as an emergency locksmith company based in Melbourne is to get to our clients as fast as possible.
It doesn’t take much to emphasise with our clients when they’re locked out of their homes or businesses. Everyone knows how frustrating and boring waiting around with nothing to do can be, which is why you should always seek the assistance of a well-known and reputable emergency locksmith in Melbourne to come to your help in your time of need. We try our best to get to your location in a prompt manner, no matter the time of day or night.
Factors That May Affect Our Response Time
On average, it shouldn’t take longer than 30 minutes for a professional locksmith to get to your location, especially if it is within the locksmith’s area of operation. However, there are a number of factors that could delay the arrival of a locksmith, such as:
- Traffic conditions
- Bad Weather
- Other jobs in the queue
If your locksmith is going to be delayed or will take longer than usual, they should make a point to inform you so that you can look for a safe or appropriate place to wait for them. With that said, if you are not able to wait outside your home or business, it is advisable to wait in a neighbour’s house, or in a shop or local business near your location.
You should always do some research before contacting an emergency locksmith in order to avoid being left hanging when facing tough situations like being locked out of your home at night. It’s advisable to keep an emergency locksmith’s number on hand in case of an emergency.
How Long Will Does It Take To Open A Lock Once the Locksmith Arrives?
Fortunately, you won’t have to worry about being locked out of your premises for much longer once your locksmith arrives. In most cases, traditional home and business locks should take 5 to 10 minutes for a Casey Locksmith technician to open. However, you should keep in mind that there are many types of locks in use all across the world, and some security systems may require more time and effort to unlock. An emergency locksmith comes equipped with all the necessary tools to open all types of clocks, and even reprogram keyless access systems and digital locks.
The type of lock you have installed will have an effect on the length of time it takes an emergency locksmith to unlock it. A basic euro-cylinder lock should be fairly easy for a professional locksmith to unlock, however, a high-security lock may require special tools. The condition of the lock also has an impact on the length of time it takes an emergency locksmith to open it. A damaged lock may sometimes be slightly difficult, but not impossible, to open.
Also, the amount of time it takes an emergency locksmith to do their job will also depend on whether there is just a single lock involved or there are several locks that need to be unlocked. The positioning of the lock, whether upright or upside down, may also affect the amount of time an emergency locksmith needs to open a lock. The presence of anti-picking and anti-bumping locks also influences the time it takes a locksmith to open a lock without causing damage.
To sum it all up, these are some of the factors that affect how long an emergency locksmith takes to open a lock:
- Type of lock
- Condition of lock
- Number of locks
- Lock position or placement
- Anti-picking and anti-bumping locks
If you are looking for the best locksmiths in Melbourne for your lock choices, Casey Locksmiths is the preferred choice for all your locking needs.
Please call us today on 0416 161 332 or contact us through our enquiry form.